Ireland Headlines

Sat, 22 Jun 2024 07:18:42 +0100
Unions and Aer Lingus urged to 'work out' pay agreement
The Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment has urged Aer Lingus management and unions to get round the table and work out an agreement over pilots' pay as intending passengers are assessing their options ahead of planned industrial action.

Sat, 22 Jun 2024 03:33:14 +0100
Protests in solidarity with woman left unconscious
There will be a series of protests in Limerick, Cork and Dublin today in solidarity with a woman who was left unconscious after an unprovoked attack in May 2022.

Sat, 22 Jun 2024 06:00:01 +0100
Explained: Customer rights if their flight is cancelled
Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh looks at the options for customers with Aer Lingus cancelling 124 flights and IALPA pilots serving notice of an indefinite work-to-rule and an eight-hour strike.

Fri, 21 Jun 2024 11:13:43 +0100
Defence Forces begins proceedings after Crotty conviction
The Defence Forces has begun internal proceedings in relation to a serving soldier who pleaded guilty to beating a woman unconscious in a random street attack for which he received a fully suspended sentence.

Sat, 22 Jun 2024 05:00:17 +0100
Man to appear in court charged with fatal assault
A man in his 30s is due to appear in court after being charged over a fatal assault of a man in Dublin on Thursday.

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